“Librarian,” like “doctor,” should be understood to mean: an expert with strengths in a particular field within the profession. —Stanford Friedman on Twitter, quoted with permission A few years ago I went to my optometrist.
UPDATE 2:45 PM: We’ve added links to comments from ProQuest re:GOBI at the bottom of this post. Here’s the official announcement from EBSCO about today’s acquisition of YBP Library Services. More to come on infoDOCKET and on Library Journal.
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